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Just An Opinion. by sinisternoodles

Soo, this something that's been in my mind for the past few days. And, like the title says, it's just an opinion and you don't have to agree with anything I say.

I've been offline for some reasons and I've noticed some personal changes in myself. Things I've never thought of in a while. I don't see the same person I saw 2 weeks ago. I actually have been feeling somewhat better about myself. I've had more motivation and all that.

I think there's a certain problem with being on the internet: We're taking so much time improving our art, posts, and things like that, and we can forget to improve our own selves. Now, I'm not saying completely get off the internet and only stay in reality, I'm saying take some time for yourself. Enjoy some things with friends... Small things like that can do a lot (from what I've seen, you probably experienced things very differently). But umm... yeah, it's just an opinion, nothing important, hehe...

Just An Opinion.


8 January 2019 at 23:08:43 MST

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    Woah. That's interesting.

    I always admired the self-control of people who manage to take a significantly long break from online stuff.

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      Same here.

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      It can be an addiction to some people. Too much of anything can be bad tbh. It's good to take a step away from things sometimes.

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    Considering I'm actually almost homeless and my best, nicest friends right now are online.. I'm gonna have to say no, personally. But you do what's best for you. Just wanted to mention it's probably just that it's different for some people depending on their situation.

    • Link I said. It’s just an opinion and everyone has their different situations. No one deals with he same things the same way. Not everyone can feel the same way or have the same thoughts.

      And sorry to hear that. I really hope things get better for you soon.... it doesn’t sound good.

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        Yeah.. I get your point though. Typically, for people in a "better situation" than I am, with more freedom, they get hooked on the internet for all the wrong reasons. When there's a lot available for them to explore offline.